The Child Development Lab in the Psychology Department at the College of Staten Island, City University of New York is accepting applications for a summer research internship to promote research experience for undergraduates from groups typically under-represented in the sciences. Students will work on an NSF-funded project examining the the impact of sleep on learning in infancy. Interns will work closely with Dr. Sarah Berger and will collaborate with other undergraduate and graduate students to receive hands-on research experience working directly with families.
This is a paid internship running June 1 – Aug 7. Students work 4 days/week and can receive up to a $3000 stipend. Applicants should be current undergraduates.
Learn more about the lab here: www.csi.cuny.edu/academics-and-research/departments-programs/psychology/child-development-lab/research-opportunities and fill out an application here: forms.gle/n6E6M7HCi4u3GtCq9